Welcome to the home page of the Siouxland Samplers Quilt Guild. We are a group of quilters, quilt lovers, fiber artists, fabric collectors, and late-night sewers. We enjoy making quilts, sleeping under quilts, or just looking at quilts. The expertise and support and inspiration we receive from each other make our group one you'll want to belong to. If you would like to find out more about what we do as a group, see the "About Us" link.
Show & Tell
Some of the ribbon winners from our 2013 Quilt Show. Click on the photo to see a larger view.
You won't want to be late for our December Guild meeting--we will start at 6:30 since it's our annual holiday potluck. Bring a dish to share and your table service and enjoy some food and fun.
Click on the "current newsletter" download to find information about the potluck and some of the other things going on in the Guild. You will also find a form you can use to submit your 2014 dues.
Mark your calendars for our Guild meeting on November 10th at First Presbyterian Church in Sioux City.
The program will be presented by our own Betty Pratt, and the subject for the evening will be broderie perse. If you don't have a clue what this is, or if you would like to learn more about it and try it in a quilt, be sure to join us at the meeting.
At this meeting we will also be electing officers for some of our board positions; collecting ornaments for the Festival of Trees; collecting hats and other winter wear for the school kids; and enjoying animal quilts completed for the President's Challenge.
For more details, refer to the current newsletter. We'll see you on the 10th!
Our next Guild Meeting will be October 13th at 7:00 pm at First Presbyterian Church in Sioux City. Our special guest will be Mary Baker, who is coming all the way from Country Threads Quilt Shop in Garner, Iowa. Mary will demonstrate some tips for freezer paper piecing. She'll also bring along products so we can shop from Country Threads' closing sale (sadly, they're closing on October 31st).
There is a lot more going on with the guild (a challenge, a Festival of Trees project, hats and mittens to collect, new officers to nominate, etc. So check out the current newsletter so you can get involved. We'll see you in October!